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Windfarms off the coast at Redcar get struck by lightning  

Credit:  By Stephen Lewis, Features writer | The Press | York Press | www.yorkpress.co.uk ~~

Richard Sparnenn’s photo of a dramatic electrical storm over wind farms off the coast at Redcar yesterday

Who said lightning never strikes twice?

This dramatic photo of a sudden electrical storm striking windfarms off the coast at Redcar was taken yesterday by Richard Sparnenn of The Press Camera Club.

It was mid-afternoon and one of those ‘weird weather moments’, Richard said. “It was sunnyish one minute walking to Marske – then running for cover and soaked to the skin five minutes later. Ten minutes after that the sun was out and steam-drying everything.”

Source:  By Stephen Lewis, Features writer | The Press | York Press | www.yorkpress.co.uk

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